Johnny Knoxville, known for his daredevil stunts on Jackass, has had a tumultuous personal life. In 2008, he ended his marriage to his first wife and tied the knot with Naomi Nelson. However, he ended up filing for divorce with his second as well. Now it seems he has almost finalized his divorce from Naomi Nelson.
As previously reported, Johnny Knoxville filed for divorce from his second wife last year. According to court documentation obtained by The Blast, Knoxville is ready to finalize and move forward with divorce proceedings after previously citing “irreconcilable differences” as a reason for them breaking up.
According to the documents, the ‘Jackass’ star is close to settling his divorce with Nelson, who has worked on several projects as an assistant, a producer, and a director. The couple married back in 2010 and filed for divorce in June 2022.
Knoxville filed a declaration of disclosure, indicating that the divorce proceedings are ongoing. According to the initial court records, the separation of the former couple took place on September 24, 2021, which was also their 11th wedding anniversary.
According to the recent filing, Knoxville has submitted to his ex-wife his current income and expense declarations, a completed schedule of assets and debts, community and separate property declarations, and appropriate tax returns. The submission of this information shows that Knoxville is willing to settle the divorce and proceed with the next steps of the legal process, which can include submitting a settlement or judgment.
In addition to the declaration of disclosure, there was also a stipulation as to retroactivity for support. The court documents state: “The Court reserves jurisdiction to retroactively set the amount of child and spousal support to November 1, 2022, at the time of any future hearing, settlement conference or trial. From and after November 1, 2022, all payments made by Petitioner directly to Respondent from his separate property shall be a credit against either child support and/or spousal support whether as ordered by the Court or settled by the Parties.”
“The Court reserves jurisdiction to determine whether a payment made by Petitioner from Petitioner’s separate property which Petitioner contends was made for the benefit of Respondent and/ or the minor children should be a credit against either child support and/or spousal support and determine if there is an overpayment or underpayment of child and/or spousal support arising from said payments. The Court also reserves jurisdiction to determine the timing and method for truing up any such overpayment/underpayment.”
We will have to wait and see when Johnny Knoxville will finalize his divorce for good and be single again properly. We here at Thirsty For News will keep you updated on this ongoing case.
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